Uranus, Missouri

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Uranus, Missouri water tower

Uranus is a tourist attraction in unincorporated rural Pulaski County, Missouri, United States, along the former U.S. Route 66 (US 66).[1] Uranus's businesses include a Fudge Factory and General Store, Moonicorn Creamery and Funnel Cakery, Chicken Bones Party Bar and Grill, Fort Uranus, Escape Uranus, Skin City Tattoo, Uranus Axehole, Combat Archery Uranus, the Sideshow Museum and the Uranus Brewing Company. All the businesses are owned by one person who proclaims himself the "Mayor of Uranus". Uranus has 25 residents but no formal local government and proclaims on the entrance sign, "It's Not a Town, It's a Destination."[2]


The largest belt buckle in the world

The Largest Belt Buckle in Uranus holds the Guinness World Records title for largest belt buckle.[3]


The FunkYard at Uranus

The property that would eventually become Uranus was purchased in 2002.

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  1. ^ Hahn, Valerie Schremp (October 15, 2017). "Have You Checked Out Uranus? It's Growing". STL Life. St. Louis Post-Dispatch – via Factiva.
  2. ^ "Google Street View of Uranus entrance sign". Google Maps. October 27, 2019.
  3. ^ Keen, Louie (May 26, 2018). "Largest Belt Buckle in the World". Guinness World Records.

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Coordinates: 37°49′45″N 92°06′19″W / 37.829185°N 92.105244°W / 37.829185; -92.105244